An analysis of the 4th State of the Nation Address (SONA) of President Noynoy Aquino delivered July 22, 2013

noynoy_aquinoNo wonder the fourth State of the Nation Address (SONA) of Philippine President Benigno Simeon “BS” Aquino III took all of 102 minutes. He tried to cover every bit of detail in what was an unstructured litany of statistics, examples, and anecdotes. But to the expansion of BS Aquino’s speech in duration was a reportedly marked contraction in the enthusiasm that greeted it.

Facing the joint session of the Senate and the House of Representatives, Aquino delivered a 102-minute, slightly longer than last year’s 91-minute SONA.

Lawmakers and guests at the Session Hall of the Batasang Pambansa however broke into applause 88 times during his speech, versus 120 times in his SONA last year.

A quick “analysis” of these statistics reveals that a 12% increase in the SONA’s duration was matched by a 26% decline in applause.

What do these numbers mean?

Frankly I don’t know. Perhaps they don’t mean anything.

Just like the statistics above, people are left scratching their heads as to what exactly is the overarching meaning in this year’s SONA. President BS Aquino’s 2013 SONA read out like a computer data dump — like a list of binary digits printed out on reams of computer paper. They were dots that haven’t been connected. And when you behold a hundred-odd dots and no lines drawn between them, you can’t really say that a picture’s been drawn.

You’d expect of a Chief Executive a report that uses the statement of strategic vision that defines his administration as the overarching context of any “achievement” he enumerates. In the case of President BS Aquino, the notion of the “straight path” or daang matuwid defines the current presidency under the premise that if there is no corruption, there is no poverty; i.e. Kung walang kurap, walang mahirap.

So, sure, more books were delivered more cheaply, more classrooms are being built, less rice is being imported, more crops will be planted in between coconut harvests, more roads will be built connecting fishermen to richer waters, illegal fishing practices will be cracked down upon, squatters will be removed and prosecuted, PhilHealth membership will be expanded, hospitals will be modernised, disaster preparedness will be enhanced, more storm drains and anti-flooding measures built, more public housing will be built, lots of Glocks were given out to cops, this year’s elections were “more peaceful”, some cop stopped to help change a flat tire in Quezon Boulevard, a deal was cut with the Bangsamoro, more phones will be strung out to the hinterlands, choppers and ships were bought for the military, some new laws were enacted, more power plants built…. Yadda yadda yadda

What does it all mean?

It comes across as a badly-written job description — Government’s job description.

What President BS Aquino spelt out in the 2013 SONA in essence is a list of things that we all assumed government was doing all the while — doing its job. What government would not build more classrooms when its student body increases in size? What government does not aspire to arm its cops and soldiers, connect as many of its citizens’ homes to a communications network, improve access of its producers to raw materials and energy sources, either make deals with or crush to smithereens groups that pose threats to security, or strive to keep its biggest cities humming efficiently?

President BS Aquino’s SONA makes it looks like getting government back to the task of doing the job it was supposed to be doing all the while is such an astounding achievement. To be fair, this is of course the Philippines, where doing jobs properly and returning bags of cash left in taxi cabs to their distraught owners are regarded as pinnacles of Pinoy achievement. In that sense, credit goes to BS Aquino then if he has in the last three years, put enough rockets up enough bureaucrats’ asses to get things running at pwede na yan standards of service as he reports in this SONA. At least then, as the President keeps asserting every other paragraph of his speech, no “problems” will be “handed down” to his “successors”.

Pwede na yan.

You’d expect then that at the mid point of his term, the question of whether the Philippines is a less-corrupt country and whether this being less-corrupt has translated to less poverty will have been answered by the mid-term SONA.

Unfortunately for BS Aquino I do a better job of answering the question of whether BS Aquino’s government has delivered to its kung walang kurap, walang mahirap vision. This I did in a previous article that, in our usually exceptional prescient form, anticipates what the SONA will neglect to address. Quite simply there was a one-point improvement in corruption perception in the Philippines and a fair upgrade of its ranking. However, there was only a small increase in the Human Development Index, and debatable movement in the proportion of the economy dependent on OFW remittances. So did poverty decrease as a result of changes in corruption perception? The statistics are there but the conclusions will forever be debatable.

Even with this straightforward report of ours the simple elegance of which dwarfs the enormous convolution of BS Aquino’s 102-minute speech, one cannot rely on statistics nor on a litany of “accomplishments” to make a sound assessment of how much has really improved for the average Filipino. Even more impossible is the making of any convincing assertion that such accomplishments were fully attributable to a sitting president.

In the closing part of the speech, what BS Aquino calls “our SONA”, the following words were said…

The road ahead of us is long; and we never said it would be easy—or that we could tread this path free of challenge. But I do not doubt our capacity to overcome any obstacle. We did not achieve our current success by chance. Let us not allow this transformation to be temporary; let us seize this opportunity to make the change permanent.

In light of what we’ve concluded here — that overall success is debatable considering the litany of unconnected dots delivered, and that whatever success that is reported cannot be convincingly fully attributable to any one sitting president — the only thing we could say about the above is that a lot of assertions were made on the back of shaky assumptions. More importantly, the final call to action, that we “seize this opportunity to make the change permanent”, all but rings hollow when we look back and take stock of the Filipino’s track record of doing just that.

[Photo courtesy The Summit Express.]

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62 Comments on “An analysis of the 4th State of the Nation Address (SONA) of President Noynoy Aquino delivered July 22, 2013”

  1. Sorry but that was his slogan. That he would take on both poverty and corruption. He is at half time of his term. Does that mean he should have the two monumental problems half licked? Or maybe that was a bad choice of verbs considering who we are discussing. We are over 3 1/2 years removed from when he started campaign and he started making those grandiose promises. It will still boggle my mind that many people believed he could come through on those promises when his track record showed little evidence on him coming through on anything. So I am not surprised where we are at. I should give credit where credit is due. Did he really stop doing the Laura Branigan act this year?

    1. Actually, just a little over three years, seeing as the Yellow Fuhrer was sworn in at the end of June 2010.

      That said, I never really found the substance in PNoy’s SONA. Sure, he ripped Customs a new one in public, and Biazon himself offered his resignation afterwards, but in the end it resulted in a simple purge of port collection leadership.

      I think Biazon was in the right; if he can’t handle Customs, he should make room for someone who can. A good leader would acknowledge that, but PNoy being PNoy…

      Tzeentch dammit.

  2. One thing that has never been discussed or emphasized is the fact that the government has spent nearly 2T pesos (as its budget, yearly) to achieve the so-called economic growth the country showed over the last year or so. GMA, in her time, brought our country to a 7+ growth yet just spending below the 1T budget. The question is, where are we getting the money to sustain these huge government expenditures? PNOY will submit a 2.3 T Budget this year and I do not see any additional source of the country’s income that could pay for these expenditures? I am sure we are again turning into loans and taking advantage of the “investment-grade” stature to acquire cheaper loans abroad. There must be someone who could do this research or else one day we will all just wake up, like the time of Marcos, when we could not pay our laons!!!

    1. Hey Norman, you have a valid concern on how can we afford to pay for all these programs and other developments. I have 30 years of experience in financial management so, allow me to cite a few source of budgetary concern.

      You see, evat and sin taxes is a huge budget source and other proper tax collection would help as well. There is a report that we loss 200 Trillion pesos annually over corruption and they can re-direct that source only if we could restrain that bad bad trait.

      Also there is a report, that the rich and famous pay cheap taxes and sometime get away with it. So we could tighten that sector.

      Bureau of Custom has to do their part to contribute.

      Actually good governance is a great source of money, only we could imagine life would be better when we all support it.

  3. nadismaya ako sa nabasa ko sayong inilathala. sa tingin mo ba wala talagang nagawang mabuti ang Presidente? ano bang nagawa mo para sa bayan? mangutya? kung bigyan ka kaya ng isang taon para mamuno bilang isang presidente, magagawa mo ba ang mga tungkulin mo? anong mga panukala kaya ang maibabahagi para masulusyunan ang kakulangan ng enerhiya? may nai-suggest ka na bang paraan para mailipat ang mga informal settlers? lahat nalang isinisisi ninyo sa iisang tao. ikaw ba may nagawa? di naman porket nangako sya ng sangkatutak sa taong bayan noon bago pa man sya mahalal eh matutupad nya lahat yon agad-agad. nakaka-awang lalo ang maka-kita ng mga sulat na ganito sa internet. alam mo kung bakit? imbes na gumawa ka ng artikulo na hihikayat sa mga taong mas maging mapunyagi pa sa kanilang mga ginagawa at ng sa gayoy maging matagumpay, eto, parang hinihimok mo pa silang maninisi nalang at ibaling ang lahat ng galit sa Presidente. kesyo wala, wala paring pagbabago. hindi rin naman kita masisisi dahil opinyon mo yan. may pakiramdam ka bilang isang pilipino. pero, nasubukan mo na bang magpalaganap ng pag-asa? nasubukan mo na bang mag-hasik ng magagandang ideya na puno ng pag-asa para ng sa ganon ay matulungan mo ang iba na umahon? tama na ang pagiging NEGA. tumigil na sana tayo sa paninisi at paninilip ng mali ng iba.

    1. Oh for crying out loud!!! same rhetoric. About suggestions PLEASE backtrack their articles in this blog, you’d be surprised at the number of suggestions/plans laid out.

      Oh well you’re prolly just another one of Carandang’s troll.

    2. Juan is a TOTAL HYPOCRITE. A LIAR. A TROLL.

      And TROLLS should go to HELL. 😛

      Deal with it.

      P.S.: I’m sure you won’t reply because what I’ve said is TRUE. 😀

    3. I just wanted to say a little regarding your comment to an earlier post by Norman. I personally participated in making request for government agencies like the MGB,NCIP, LGU and others to act on certain matters that are not favorable to the affected communities but hey simply ignore our request. The president even acknowledge that there are many agencies headed by stubborn people. Norman is just reflecting a real situation vis a vis the president’s litany. In Fairness there are advances of development during BS Aquino’s term but we have to consider that not all development is his own making for some are naturally accruing due to the citizens participation for the nation’s progress.

    4. Juan, daghang tawo nga ga basa ini nga post nga di ka sabut ug tagawg labi na ug gibasa. Translation – “a lot of people reading this post don’t understand tagalog when it is being read”. Please translate to english your post.
      Re; the SONA,the accomplishments in the economy seem limited to affecting only Noynoys friends and allies in both houses.

    5. Kasi siya ang Presidente/Pangulo ng Pilipinas kaya ganun. May tungkulin ka sa bayan at kaakibat na kapangyarihan upang gawin ang tungkuling ito. Kung hindi masaya ang bayan sa ginagawa mo makinig ka sa sinasabi ng mga kababayan mo at magsumikap na muling gawin ang tungkulin na may ibayong pagsisikap at positibong panananaw. Hindi madali maging pangulo, mahirap ito. Hindi pwedeng pikon sa kuro-kuro ng iba.Pinili niyang maging pangulo kaya gampanan niya ito nang tama. Kung hindi niya kaya, dapat lang na umalis siya. Maging ano pa man ang pala-palagay ng mga tao, ang katotohanan ay nasa kanya pa rin ang pag-asa ng bayan. Kaya ang panalangin ko ay magtagumpay sana siya.

      1. Nah your reasoning is such a big excuse. You’re more like praising your precious president like a God. If being a president is a very hard job, he shouldn’t have become one in the first because all he does for 3 years is nothing but noynoying.

        1. Right Mr. Damo. As per Aquino’s track record as legislator, 9 yrs in congress and 3 yrs in the Senate.He’d done nothing even a single legislation in the two houses bearing his signature. How much more being a Pwesident now.

      2. all filiponos has a common sense, but we do not use that common sense in a right way, filipinos r just very gud in critizicing, very gud in talking, chatting with no sense, PILIPINO TALAGA…

    6. you’r such a ****ing pres.noy noy aquino’s follower who do nothing but to stole the bayan’s yaman. aquino is just like arroyo “puro salita wala naman sa gawa” so just shut up 😛

  4. I feel sorry for the armed forces…parang, anu ipapatigil nya ang modernization at ipamimigay sa mga palamunin….eh d walang salita sya sa sinabi nya noong last na SONA….wheres the maestrale that he promised, what about the FA-50, what about the rehabilitation and upgrade of the old assets…

    1. Kaya when I heard some of my friends talking about BS Aquino being ‘honest’, I’ve said “Oh puleeeeeze.” 😀

      But when he’s talking about that he will halt the modernization project and instead give money to the poor? Let’s see if things will be better if we keep on doing that.

      1. WinterSoldier, America did just like that. Giving away money to the poor. Well, definitely helped them out of poverty, to wit: they ended up driving Cadillacs and other luxuries. Unfortunately, the US govt realized that it fosters laziness, so once again the govt helped them train various skills and set a deadline to stop the money flow.

        This is a good example the Philippine govt has to emulate. Well, we are doing just that with the help of TESDA and at the same time doling out money so that they can afford to go school. Not bad eh?

        It is not a perfect world, it is all up to us to make that imperfect world close to perfection.

        WinterSoldier, What would you do to your children, (if you have any, if none adopt one) to make them less dependent from you???

        1. But not here in fliplandia. A lot of poor people here already given lots of dole outs and CCTs for years but they still remain being a bunch of freeloaders thanks to their laziness and anti-progress mindset. Wag ka nang magtaka kung bakit andami pa ring mga squatters sa imperial manila.
          Did you just made that post only to play the victim card for those “professional” squatters?

        2. begalon,

          America set a limit to welfare? You are either misinformed or being deceitful. The thrust of the Obama administration is to expand the welfare coverage. There is no initiative to limit, much less abolish dole out programs that aren’t working.

        3. Welfare is limited by some USA states. Pennsylvania is one state where the # of children at the time of applying for welfare is NEVER rewarded, or is increased, by having more children.

        4. Dan,

          You just highlighted my point. While some individual states may opt to limit welfare coverage, the main thrust of the US federal government has been to extend unemployment benefits and disability. Not to create incentives for re-entering the workforce.

      2. @winter soldier,,,been doing household assessment for the past 4 years for the poorest of the poor.i think d small amount given to them thru cct is not very alarming…..it can,t even drain government’s funds….what is most alarming is the pdaf scandal of some of our legislators….this is corruption in broad daylight.

        1. Nenita,

          Im not a big fan of CCT, but it helps the poor get their children go to school. In my community there are families whose children do not go to school due to poverty and parent’s negligence. It is justifiable, perhaps.

          I am interested if you could share with us some of your assessment of the poorest.

          Yes, Pork scam is the corruption of the century. We need to keep the issue in the front burner. I like your “corruption in broad daylight’, phrase.

        2. You don’t find the amount spent on CCT alarming? Do some simple math. 3 million beneficiaries. At a minimum of PhP1,100.00 a month, that’s PhP3.3 billion a month WASTED (considering the number of poor has risen by 800,000 since Pnoy became president). And now they intend to EXPAND the coverage and increase the number of beneficiaries. That means a ballooning debt as the Aquino administration seeks to borrow more money to fill the budget for 2014. If you find nothing wrong with this, you are delusional.

      3. that is why Im really hurt with that thoughts of penoy…for example Im loosing my job this august and does the thinks to save the people like me who paid a hefty tax for 10 years?palamunin bakit ganun….

  5. They were all: lies, delusions, and more lies…
    The country became even worse under the Aquino administration. Tourism rises, along with the rise of child prostitutions…

  6. Very well, view differs from different perspective, but I am delighted with the progress. Doesnt matter how people look at it, it is PROGRESS and nobody can deny it.

      1. Yes, thanks for the nice words and yes, I am dumb but sometime it is good to be dumb, you cant go wrong being one. dysfunctional mindset perhaps, but in a different way of not calling name names. Nice guy huh? Try to be one sometimes, it is a good nourishment for the spirit.

        1. Oh good to be dumb and a moron eh? Until you become incompetent and annoy others. Next thing you know, they’ll make fun of your moronism. You think you can even handle that you clown?

        2. Moreover, you sound like you prefer eating pagpag than a real food since they are cheaper because you are not very resourceful for finding solutions. In short, you always do the pwede na iyan/ bahala na mentality making yourself a big fat loser.

    1. Winter! Oh Boy, As smart as you are, I am sure you understand that word PROGESS. I am a big boy already, fact is that I am old enough to be your father and I dont get into “smart as you are game.” Sugarcoated maybe, but it is “sweet like a raindrop upon your tongue,” Shirley Basset.

      1. Sorry bro, but I’ve lost interest after last year’s debacle. Yes, it’s sugarcoated because there are STILL many are unemployed and even the squatters issue is still there.

        All anti-corruption talk but for instance. ALL TALK.

        1. Winter, it is an honor. Bro is a nice thing to say. I know we have all kind of problems. We are a society who is used to chaos and we couldnt changed that easily. Takes a social change becoming organized.

          Yes, I am with you on unemployment, but not to worry something is being done.

          I think the best way to fight squatter problem is offense. Meaning get rid of it before they could settle in. Our problem is that the authorities look the other way when they start to build their box house on private or govt property.

        1. Domo,

          I do eat a good food because I make more than 5 generals and yet maintained humility, that is probably why I pay attention to good manners and respect other views.

          I have nothing else to say to you, Domo and wish you all the best.

    2. Progress?!!! WTH is begalon talking about? we’re borrowing more, spending more, with resources to pay getting less. Reverse motion is not progressing! Toink! When you talk about progress, please enumerate a few. As the article clearly pointed out, government agencies and personnel doing their job is not progress initiated by the president. 1.has he done anything to create more jobs? where? 2. has he championed laws to promote transparency in government? which one? 3. has he done anything to attract foreign investors, aside from repeatedly saying “The Philippines is an investor’s paradise!”, as if investors are so stupid not to notice the 40% limitation on foreign ownership is still in the constitution. 4. curb corruption?! HOW! WHERE?! WHEN?! the present system of government promotes it, that’s why the clamor for a Parliamentary system. So you see, when you comment, assume that people reading are not as stupid as you think.

    3. I’ll call it progress when OFWs like me would choose to work there in the Philippines instead of some God forsaken land which has a name you can hardly pronounce.

      1. Well Joeld, you can always come back in the Philippines, it is a choice you have to make. I did mine after over thirty years in America.

        Read on investment 101 if not familiar with it and put some of your money at PSE.

        1. You do realize this is not just about financial security? Wow, gee, good for you! 30 years in the US, really? And still you chose to come back? I sense something out of whack there. Or ….., yeah right.

        2. Joeld,

          Yeah dude, I realize there are many reasons besides financial security. I knew many friends who came back and for me starting a new family is certainly not out of whack. This is a different world and missed lots of comfort things like food and parking lots, but I made that choice anyhow.

          In what part of the world are you? I will have three more retirement checks coming in, in two months to support my retirement, so if you ask me, pay (save) yourself first for your retirement, since OFW employers doesnt provide pension plan, so you really need to plan it for yourself. Wish you all the best.

  7. For the last 24 hours or so GRP been inundated with first time commenters or commentators speaking entirely in Tagalog basically saying the same thing. All discrediting the blog. Either part of the Ricky’s master strategy or that is all they can hire at this point.

  8. Unstructured, uninformative, and uninspiring.

    The usual back-slapping and self-congratulatory tone, but with FoI being a dead duck, and no mention of PDAF scandals then its back to snouts in the trough and an increase in inequality, and with no economic constitutional reform don’t expect inclusive growth to actually happen.

    The only constant will be more deceit, propaganda, and surveys

  9. As a “Boss”, I’m still not satisfied although I believe that P’Noy might have done quite well so far in the fight against GRAFT & CORRUPTION but there are still many important things that need to be done such as the Transparency Bill, scrapping the corrupt pork barrel system, rationalizing the corrupt election process, among others… may I share with everyone my own political advocacy… Mabuhay ka Pilipinas!… https://www.facebook.com/notes/william-jacinto-juan-i/my-two-cents-worth-of-solutions-to-minimize-corruption-in-government/390943662414

  10. We are now a dysfunctional democracy. Thanks to BS Aquino. The tyrant now controls the lower house and the senate. So much for co-equal and co-independent bodies under the Constitution. BS uses the extreme, persuasive power of the purse to create a rubber stamp congress. He even puts down the opposition using the same strategy. Mr. Aquino achieved full control of the senators and lower house congressmen. All this without firing a shot or declaring Martial Law. Where are the patriots and mavericks of the Congress? Where have they all gone? The repeat propaganda slogans, manipulated surveys, deceit and illusion of grandeur continues. BS Aquino is a master of illusion. His SONA is nothing more but an Accomplishment Report. The real truth is this is not his report but a collation of reports from government officials and offices. The grand illusion is completed by repeat audience applause and it is made to appear that he is the source of the reports. Because of this,the sovereign people are deceived into thinking that he is a working president and that all accomplishments of the SONA emanate from him. Nice try BS. As the saying goes… you can’t fool the people all of the time.

  11. There is one incident that gives me and pro-democracy people the shivers. This is coplan armado a.k.a. the plan that launched the Atimonan massacre. I have a legal question to ask… BS Aquino is also the commander-in-chief. He ordinarily approves and gives the green light to plans. He gave the green light to the operation and this resulted in mass murder. My question is… under the doctrine of command responsibility is Mr. BS Aquino liable to be charged with multiple murder along with the soldiers and police who committed the same? Is there a conspiracy angle? Any lawyers out there?

  12. There was an English translation so I read it, apparently the current administration is blocked from merging highways, there’s a serious road blocker owned by a crony of Marcos and every time it’s built upon there’s 30 year extension? I’m thinking why can’t something be done about this?

    1. There really isn’t any reason for this to stop them. Sonofa…! It’s the OFFICE OF THE PRESIDENT fer Gossakes! That’s supposed to mean something. And he owns congress as well as the supreme court! A Marcos crony preventing them from moving forward? That’s a very lame excuse.

  13. It would seem that BSA just wasted everyone’s time for 102 minutes. then again wasting things is what he’s good at.

  14. hi, i agree with u Juan, oo nga kng makpanhusga tau, para naman tau ai may nagagawa, kng sa paaralan nga lng ung guro d nia mapatahimik ang sampo na estudyante sa kguluhan nila, ano pa kaya c pangulong noynoy na halos lahat iintindihin nia at pg my d xa natupad sa pangako nia ciniccsi natin sa kanya lhat ng problema. simple lng naman disiplina sa ating sarili, bago naman kau manhusgawa sa kng ano ang ngawa ng ating pangulo ay itanong u muna sa sarili niyo kng ano ba ang nagawa mo para sa ikabubuti ng bayan,ng pilipinas. critizicing other people’s work jan lng tau magaling, db?

  15. The R.P. is fucked, yes FUCKED! and no ONE is going to be able to change that. if you are ALL not going to do what needs to be done (see Greece/Bulgaria/Spain) then just get out of the country as quickly as you possibly can.
    The RATS have already left the sinking ship that is that HELL-HOLE country.don’t get left behind.

  16. EXCUSE ME……AS A FOREIGNER, I DO EXPERIENCE THE SAME PROBLEMS IN MY COUNTRY’S ECONOMY…WHEN CAMPAIGNING LEADERS CLAIM TO BE PERFECT IN THE EYES OF THE PEOPLE WITH THEIR SUGARY WORDS OF PROMISES AND POLICIES…..WHEN THEY ENTER THE PARLIAMENT HOUSE..THEY IGNORE WHAT THEY PROMISE TO THE PEOPLE……IT IS A DISEASE…THERE IS MEDIX TO CURE….THEREFORE CHOOSE THE BEST LEADER WHEN U CAST FOR SUCH COMPLAINS AND HEADACHES….

  17. I noticed, Domo has kind of become a troll, and often disregards/disrespects any other opinions. I feel you only want to make people feel bad.

  18. Mahirap po kasi sa atin mga Pinoy, tayo ay puro reaksyon na walang solusyon. Mas bibilib ako sa sinasabi ninyo kung talagang may solusyon kayong hinahain. wala rin naman kayong dots na maconnect. At least si presidente “naglinis” ng corrupt, hindi ba malaking at malawak na trabaho yan. Ikaw nga ang bumangga sa mga “corrupt” para ka ba sumali sa SINDIKATO , mahirap na trbaho hindi ba? kaya nga iniisa isa nya ang mga detalyeng

    , “maliit” na bagay na yan, kapag naglilinis, LAHAT NG SULOK, kailangan mahagip. importante yang maliliit na bagay ay maayos, para makita mo ang BIG PICTURE na sinasabi mo , para maconnect mo ang dots mo.

    SOLIDARITY and TRUST that there’s still hope for change in all public servant, thats what he is offering in a bigger picture. To President superman Pnoy at to his group of just leaders saludo po kami sa tapang ninyong baguhin ang sambayanan na ito. we youth look up to you and in our small ways be good leaders who have pride to be “Filipino”

    oi Pinoy ako buo aking loob may agimat ang dugo ko.

    At ang iniintay ko na lang ay mag CHARTER CHANGE para tuluyang magkaroon ng ngipin ang batas para tuluyang mapuksa ang mga magsasamang lob na nagnanakaw hindi lamang ng pera kung hindi ng “morale” at pag asa ng bayang Pilipinas.

  19. Sana po ay magkaroon ng Charter change para tuluyang magkangipin ang batas at mapuksa ang katiwalian. Ang kinakatakot ko po ay baka MAG LIE LOW lang ang mga magnanakas ng morale at pag asa by 2016 pagbaba ng presidente at ng kanyang grupo ay maglabasan ulit at mas magnakaw dahil sa nawalang panahon sa kanila. Kung magkakaroon po ng batas na hindi lamang magkukulong kung hindi BABAWI ng mga ninakaw nila, mawawalna po sila ng kapangyarihang bumalik ulit sa lipunana dahil yan po ang lakas nila eh ang perang ninakaw nila. Pero ako poy puno ng respeto at tumitingala sa Presidente at sa buong team niya sa palilinis ng gobyerno. I see SOLIDARITY and hope for us Filipino youth , and now I can sing Hoy PINOY AKO MAY AGIMAT ANG DUGO KO.

  20. You should take part in a contest for one of the highest quality blogs on the internet.
    I’m going to recommend this blog!

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